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Jul 22, 2012 9:00am EDT
prison. and after successfully neutralizing the threat in holmes' apartment. using small explosive charges, there was a sophisticated booby trap in the suspect's home. trip wires and flammable liquid devices to kill the first person going through the door and set fire. the investigators were able to comb the place. bringing out bags of evidence including a computer tower. they will be searching for further confirmation of planning. mials are a daily occurence. praying for the scores of wounded. president obama has decided to make its way here to meet with the victim's families to offer words of comfort and we hope and expect to lift up a grieving nation. >> chris: jon, thanks for that. joining us discuss what happened in colorado and if there are better ways to protect americans from a twisted mind are senators diane feinstein and senator ron johnson a supporter of gun rights. >> thank you, chris. >> chris: another case of someone slaughtering innocent people on a college campus and restaurant and now a movie theater. what are your thoughts. >> weapons of war don't belong on the st
FOX
Jul 15, 2012 10:00am PDT
election could be determined . joining us now is two governors from two influential state. scott scott in florida and terry branstad. there is a set of new possible waivers by the federal government of work requirementsurped welfare reform . this would apire on the surface to be simply a case of the states getting more flexibility in how they administer the work requirements for receiving welfare benefits. governor scott, how do you see the waivers. some people say it is going to gut the law. >> unfortunately it is a huge step in the wrong direction . i was governor along with tommy thompson and governor engler in michigan. we worked with president clinton to get the welfare moved from entitlement program to a program that focused on job training and work. and we helped to move millions of people off of the welfare rolls boo permanent employment. we reduced the cost of medicare. we see this administration trying to get it. i think it is illegal because it is in the law . i don't think they have a right to waive it. tommy thompson is thinking about suing them over it it is absolutely wr
FOX
Jul 8, 2012 4:00pm PDT
would join us in that effort and president obama is focusing on making sure, he singles out like a lazer to get the economy and jobs. >> that should bring us back 50 percent. let's take down the numbers. national unemployment number 8.2 percent and including those underemped and stopped looking it is 14.9 african-american unemployment up to 14.4 percent and up a full point and 11 percent for hispanics, if the president hopes to win, he needs a motivated population. are african-american and hispanics look to a person that there is somebody to vote for. maybe they might just stay home? >> as i travel the country, i so tremendous enthusiasm from african-american and hispanic-americans. and if you look at the point where we were in the recovery in 2001 under president bush and where we are in the recovery now . we are two million jobs ahead in both recoveries. we have a long way to go and we have made progress and president obama is committed to not just getting the economy turned around but there is investing in innovation and cope people in the homes . mitt romney said let detroit go bankr
FOX
Jul 1, 2012 9:00am EDT
with highs in the 90s >> stay tuned for fox news sunday join us back here tonight at 6 for the latest news, and weather have a great day >> chris: i'm kris wallace. the supreme court hands obama a victory but handing mitt romney a new issue. we'll find out what president obama thinks of the court decision and how health care reform will work in the real world from white house chief-of-staff. republicans promised to wipe the law off of the books . we'll discuss the gop plan for repeal and replace with the senate's top opinion mitch mcconnell. obama care and the 2012 election . how will court's ruling will play on the campaign trail all right now on "fox news sunday". and hello again from fox news in washington. the supreme court issued a historic ruling in obama care this week but that didn't end the intense debate. joining us in new york to discuss the ruling is white house chiefev staff jack lew. welcome back to "fox news sunday". >> guest: thank you, kris. >> chris: now the court upheld the ruling does the president feels it is safe or does he have to have a hurdle in the election .
FOX
Jul 1, 2012 10:00am PDT
us in new york to discuss the ruling is white house chiefev staff jack lew. welcome back to "fox news sunday". >> guest: thank you, kris. >> chris: now the court upheld the ruling does the president feels it is safe or does he have to have a hurdle in the election . >> guest: the supreme court rules and it isitutional. we were proceeding to implement the law. and the thing that american people want is for the desissiveness. when kids graduate from college and before they get a job they have health insurance. people who had $600 bills to pay on prescription drugs are cored. families don't have to worry if they will hit lifetime limits. we need to get on with the implementation and that's what we will do. >> chris: you know the debate will not stop. republicans including governor romney will talk about repeal and replace. that is wrong. >> guest: anyone who wants to repeal they will have to talk about why they are losing the benefits. and start the debate. if you want uncertainty and tell the business community that we are going forward, calm things down and we'll give it a chance and i
FOX News
Jul 8, 2012 3:00pm PDT
making is moving us forward. we need to continue to make more progress obviously and we haven't gone far enough. but we need to keep pressing forward and continue to focus on middle class tax breaks and making sure that we can create jobs and make sure that we get the economy moving forward and it would be great if republicans would join us in the effort but president obama is focused on making sure that he singles out like a laser getting the jobs created and economy turned around with or without republican help. >> the national unemployment rate 8.2% but the overall number those who stopped worked and those underemployed, 14.9%. african american unemployment up almost a full point. 11% for hispanics. if the president hopes to win he has to have a motivated minority population out there. are african americans and hispanics going to look at those numbers and say there is a person i want to vote for no november. not that they would go to the republican side but maybe they will just stay home? >> i have heard tremendous enthusiasm. i think if you look at the same point john where we we
FOX News
Jul 16, 2012 1:00am PDT
. her attorney is here live to give us ner refeeled personal insights. >> george jim american the tyler of trayvon martin is back out for lying about his finances. it is proof it was his hood de after all. >> we heard some break in's in my neighborhood there are suspicious people. >> did you see what he was wearing? >> yeah, dark hood de like a gray hood de and jeans or sweat pants or lighten nis shoes. >> he was bearing sweat pants hood de walking around running toward the back of the complex. >> i can't see him. i don't want to go out there. i don't know what's going on. >> they are sending them. >> >> his ex-girlfriend with whom he had to seek a restraining order against him said he is violent? racist, no. >> it says it wasn't based on skin color yet his attire played a major basis here. his attire was a hoodihoodie. if that's not racially based to go after a guy with a gun and shoot him, come on. >> trayvon martin was an innocent kid tragically gunned down but there is no evidence to support the claim that zimmerman was a chris serrino tells the fbi gang bangers are known in t
FOX News
Jul 1, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. now, others might choose to have a debate. i think the american people want us to focus on the economy and creating jobs and moving forward. now, we have sent congress plans, if they would have enacted, would have increased jobs, in firemen and policemen and, enhancing and building our roads and it is time to worry what this american people want to us worry about. >> chris: but a lot of republicans and mitt romney believes that having all of this regulation and having all of these taxes and all of these mandates, in fact, is hurting jobs. a lot of business men say i don't know if i can hire somebody because of the fact it will cost me more money because of the health care. >> if there is going to be a debate about taxes, we welcome that debate. under the administration, we have cut taxes from middle class families $3600 and in this very health care bill it cuts taxes for middle class families another $4,000 and the only thing in this bill that puts a burden on individuals to pay more, is a penalty for those who can afford insurance and choose not to buy it and to be clear, that
FOX News
Jul 1, 2012 6:00pm PDT
issued a historic ruling in obama care this week. that didn't end the intense debate. joining us from new york to discuss the ruling and how the law will be implemented is white house chief of staff jack lew. welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> thank you for having me. >> does the president feel the law is safe or does he believe it must clear another hurdle in the november election to take full effect? >> chris, one thing that is great about our system is when the up preem court rules we have a final answer the law is constitutional it stands. we are going to proceed as we were proceeding to implement the law. i think the thing the person people want for the divisive debate on healthcare to stop. we already see that with the implementation to date of the health bill there are benefits people are seeing in their everyday life. before they graduate and get a job they still need health insurance people who have medicare and fell in the doughn doughnut hole and prescription drugs are covered. families are preexisting children don't have to worry if they qualify. we have to get on with
FOX News
Jul 15, 2012 3:00pm PDT
could be determined. joining us now are governors from two of those states, rick o us from san francisco and terry brandstet from virginia. welcome to you both, gentlemen. let me start with the question that stirred so much interest at the end of the week which is a set of new possible waivers of the federal government of work requirements under welfare reform. this would appear on the service at least to be a case of the states getting more flexibility in how they administer the work requirements for receiving welfare benefits. let me start with you, governor, and how you see these waivers. some people are saying it will gut the law. >> well, unfortunately i think this is a huge step in the wrong direction. i was governor with tommy thompson from wisconsin and john an -- angler and we worked with bill clinton to get the well form -- welfare reform passed and it was a program based on job training and work, and we helped move millions of people off the welfare roles and into permanent employ meant. we reduced the cost of welfare and medicaid as a result of it. it was very succe
FOX
Jul 29, 2012 9:00am EDT
for it that does it for us this morning stay tuned, fox news sunday coming up next join us back here tonight at 6 ris: i'm chris wallace. supreme court justice antonin scalia speaks out. it is a fox news sunday exclusive. wilediscuss the court's recent decision upholding obama care. didn't justice roberts do what a good judge should do. in the wake of the colorado massacre can they do that without a constitutional right to bear arms. >> will you time your requirement so that a more conservative president can appoint a like-minded justice? antonin scalia on "fox news sunday". there are 100 days until the election. mitt romney tries to recover from a misstep in london we'll ask our panel about the risk and reward of campaigning over seas and our power player of the week. a champion athlete builds a new life right after the olympics. all right now on "fox news sunday". hello, again from fox news in washington. recent rulings by the u.s. supreme court on health care reform and immigration demonstrated what a central role the court plays in our government. the justices rarely do interview
FOX News
Jul 15, 2012 6:00pm EDT
government has imposed on medicaid. if they give us more flexibility do it under medicaid. i will come to medicaid in a moment but let me turn to governor scott how do you see this adjustment in the federal government rules on the work requirements for welfare? >>guest: well, the governor is right. it would be great if they gave us more flexibility on medicaid because that is killing our state budget. but, with this, personal responsibility is very important. in our state, unemployment, the number of people on unemployment is down. people need to look for a job. we need people to look. >> aren't you in a position where the federal government to set the welfare to work requirements pretty much however you want it done? >> well, we will look at this, but we will keep the responsibility in our states and i just wish they would do this for everything, for medicaid. medicaid in our state has grown 3 1/2 times our general revenue. give us more flexibility on medicaid, give us a block grant. that is what they ought to do. but with this we believe in personal responsibility and we will continue t
FOX
Jul 29, 2012 10:00am PDT
. >> chris: you criticize another approach using a word they did not know existed prior to reading. purposivism. what is it it mean? >> guest: what it means and the most popular of interpretation in rint times. it means consulting the purpose of the statute and deciding the case on the basis of what will further the purpose. textualist consult purpose but only the purpose in the text. i have to give you an example or you will not understand the difference. let's assume a statute that provides that the winning party in litigation will obtain attorney's fees. the issue is whether that includes the feas paid to expert witnesses which can amount to thousands of dollars . the purpose of ts would be inclined to approach that by saying what is the statute -- purpose of the statute. it is money he can keep and he doesn't have to spend half of it on expert witness. textualist would not say that. what is the understood meaning of attorney's fees and in fact it was never thought to include expert witness fees. >> chris: a couple of years ago one of your colleagues. justice steven bryor on the
FOX News
Jul 15, 2012 6:00pm PDT
beach the two of us. >> we decided to do the wedding and then have a reception or something after i had gotten back. >> he was set to deploy and i knew that at the time we were getting married so we were kind of preparing for that. >> shawn's bride autumn was new to the military life. >> you have to get yourself prepared in the mind set for that. it's rough. you have no clue of what a deployment is about. this would have been my first time dealing with that. >> with their wedding reception delayed staff sergeant manning de prayered h-- prepared his unit. >> do you remember the last time you said good-bye to sean? t the airport.ber. i dropped him off. >> she would see him sooner than she imaged. for another young soldier it was a different story. >> joined the military november 18th, 2008, in spokane, washington. left about two weeks after that. >> george stratton joined the army when he was just a 17-year-old kid. >> thought the military was a way to get into school easier. i told myself i was going to do it and made it through. >> he also comes from a family with a proud history of
FOX News
Jul 29, 2012 3:00pm PDT
believe is the right way to decide cases. we are delighted justice scalia has joined us to talk about it. thank you for being here on "fox news sunday." >> glad to be year are. >> chris: you explain your approach to judging which is texualism or originalism. what is that. >> sort of a sub species of textualism. textualism means you are governed by the text. that i only thing that is governed by your decision. not whether the outcome is desired. originallalism says that when you consult the text you give it the meaning it had when it was adopted, not some later modern meaning. so. >> chris: if it was the constitution written in the 18th century you try to find that those words meant in the 18s this century. >> the best example being the death penalty. i sat with three colleagues who thought it was unconstitutional but it is absolutely clear that the american people never voted to proscribe the death penalty. they adopted a cruel and unusual punishments clause at the time when every state had the death penalty and every state continued to have it. nobody thought that the 8th amendment proh
FOX
Jul 15, 2012 9:00am EDT
that is awesome. thanks tucker that does it for us this morning stay tuned for fox news sunday join us back here tonight at 6 for the latest newweather >> brit: i am brit hu in for chris wallace . the race for the white house intensifies as president obama and mitt romney trade charges over who best can run the country. we'll talk battle ground state politics and the impact of health care reform with two influential governors. rick scott of florida and terry branstad of iowa. and talk to karl rove the so-called architect of two presidential victories and joe trippi who redefined running for president in the internet age. and the obama attacks on mitt romney's time at bain effective . we'll ask the latest panel. all right now on "fox news sunday". and hello again from "fox news sunday" in washington. from the changing of welfare reform and implementing the new health care law there is concern in key states where the 2012 presidential election could be determined . joining us now is two governors from two influential state. scott scott in florida and terry branstad. there is a set of new
FOX News
Jul 2, 2012 1:00am PDT
postal service can't close little used post offices. >> if this private enterprise had in would be closed. >> he closed parts of government. >> and the party in government. >> you, me. >> think they are generous. government incorporated, that is our show today. >> john: government incorporated that is what we called tonight's show. what does that mean. it means government means the private sector ought to be. making go health care, the mail. transportation. who can do it faster and cheaper if government steps aside and greet greedy competitors compete. we see that in real life. post office couldn't get there in overnight. they bring in managers and they still couldn't. but then fed ex happened. united parcel service, they could. now even the post office does it sometimes. but the private sector does everything better. i'll give you a thousand dollars. you can name one thing that government does more efficiently. we need government to do some things i'm talking more efficient. there is nothing. but even though the private sector is more efficient but bureaucrats wanted their tentacl
FOX
Jul 8, 2012 9:00am EDT
-- the damage we will have to keep an eye on will be from wind >> that does it for us this morning fox news sunday is next >> i am john roberts in for chris wallace. the presidential campaigns are battling over how best to get america back to work. we'll discuss the economy and race to the white house and leaders of the national commito. chairman debbie wasserman-schultz and reince priebus. and we'll talk policy with key house leaders. tom price of georgia. top unemployment numbers from president obama and criticism from governor romney. woleask the sunday panel where the race stand now with four months until election day. all right now on "fox news sunday". hello again from fox news in washington. for the third straight month job creation numbers is disappointing. it is a sure sign that the u.s. is struggling to get the economy back on track. are voters making up their minds on the economy and the presidential race. we'll talk to the chairman of the republican national committee reince priebus. but first debbie wasserman-schultz. i think the head line of the day. you drove 2000 miles
FOX News
Jul 23, 2012 2:00am EDT
explosive threat inside holmes' apartment. [explosion [. >> jon: using small blasts they disabled a sophisticated booby-trap left behind in the suspect's home, a nest of trip-wires and flammable liquids and other devices designed, police say, to kill the first person through the door. and, then set a raging fire in the apartment. because the fire did not occur, investigators were able to comb through the place and last night we saw them bringing out potential evidence including a computer tower. police have said these attacks were planned for months. and, they will be scouring that computer for further confirmation. across this grieving community, memorials and vigils are now a daily occurrence. remembering the 12 dead, praying for the scores of wounded. president obama is visiting aurora, today, where he will meet with the victims' families, to grieve and, perhaps, offer words of comfort to the nation. jon scott, reporting from aurora, colorado. >> jon, thanks for that. joining to discuss what happened in colorado and whether there is any better way to protect americans from a twis
FOX News
Jul 1, 2012 11:00am PDT
thanks always for tweeting us back. that is it for us here in washington. "fox news sunday" is up next. i'm shannon bream. captioned by closed captioning services, inc. >> chris: i'm chris wallace. the supreme court upholds obama care handing the president a victory but giving mitt romney a new issue. we'll find out what president obama thinks of the court's decision and how healthcare reform will work in the real world from white house chief of staff jack lew. republicans strike back, promising to wipe the law off the books. we will discuss the gop plan for repeal and place with the senate's top republican mitch mcconnell. plus, obama care and the 2012 election. we will ask our sunday panel how the court's big ruling will play on the campaign trail. all right now on "fox news sunday." and hello again from fox news in washington. the supreme court issued its historic ruling in obama care this week but that didn't end the intense debate. joining is now from new york to discuss the ruling and how the law will be implemented is white house chief of staff jack lew. mr. lew, become bac
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Jul 1, 2012 2:00pm EDT
have a debate. i actually think the american people want us to focus on the economy and creating jobs and moving forward. we send congress plans which if they were enacted would have created a million nor jobs for teachers, firemen, policemen in home refinancing and building our roads. it is time to move on to the agenda that the american people want us to be worrying about. >> chris: but mr. lew the fact is that a lot of republicans believe and governor romney believes that having all of this regulation and having all of these taxes and mandates in fact is hurting jobs and a lot of businesses say i don't know if i can hire somebody because of the fact it is going to cost me more none any because of their healthcare. >> if there is going to be a debate about taxes we welcome that debate. under this administration we he cut taxes for middle class families by $3,600. in the healthcare bill it cuts taxes for are middle class families another $4,000. the only thing in the bill that puts a burden on individualto pay more is a penalty for those who can afford insurance and choose not to by
FOX News
Jul 15, 2012 11:00am PDT
next. thanks for joining us. >>> the race for the white house intensities as president obama and mitt romney trade charges over who best can run the country. we will talk battleground state politics and the impact of health carrie form with two -- health care reform. and then campaign strategy. we will talk with karl rove, the so-called architect between two presidential victories and joe trippey who redefined rining for president -- redefined running for president in the internet age. and we will ask our sunday panel if the latest round of negative ads is working. that's all right now on fox news sunday. >>> fellow again -- hello again from fox news in washington. from the change in well form work requirements to implementing the new health care law there is concern in key states where the 2012 presidential election could be determined. joining us now are governors from two of those states, rick scott of florida who comes to us from san francisco and terry brandstet from virginia. welcome to you both, gentlemen. let me start with the question that stirred so much interest at the
FOX News
Jul 1, 2012 9:00pm EDT
debate. i think the american people want us to focus on the economy on creating jobs on moving forward. we sent congress plans on which they were enacted we would create a million more jobs. teachers, firemen, policemen in home refinancing and building our roads it is time to move on to the agenda american people want us to be worried about. >> mr. lew, the fact is a lot of governors believer and governor romney believe having all of these regulations and taxes and mandates in fact is hurting jobs. a lot of businessmen say i don't know if i can hire somebody because of the fact that it is going to cost me more money because of their healthcare. >>> if there is going to be a debate about taxes we welcome that debate. under this administration we have cut taxes for middle class families by $3,600. in this healthcare bill it cuts taxes another 4,000 dollars. the only thing that puts a burden on individuals to pay more is a penalty for those who can afford insurance and choose to t not to buy it. to be clear that's 1 percent of the population. in massachusetts where it was tested i
FOX News
Jul 15, 2012 2:00pm EDT
government has imposed on us. >> governor, forgive me. >> they want to give us more flexibility, do it under medicaid. >> i am going to come to medicaid in a moment. let me turn to governor scott. governor, how do you see this adjustment in the federal government's rules on the work requirements for welfare? >> governor brandsted is right. it is great if they give us more on medicaid. i mean, with this, perm responsibility is very -- personal responsibility is very important. in our state the number of people on unemployment has gone from 568,000 to 321,000 and part is personal responsibility. people need to be going out and looking for a job. we don't want people to stay on welfare. we want them to get back to work. that's what governors want. we want our states busy with more jobs. >> governor, aren't you now in a position with the flexibility granted to you by the federal government to set the welfare to the work requirements pretty much how you want it done. >> we will look at this, but we will keep the responsibility in our states. i wish they would do this for immediate dak aid. for me
FOX News
Jul 29, 2012 6:00pm EDT
prohibited it. >> chris: you criticize and some of your colleagues another approach using a word i have to admit i did not know existed prior to reading your book? purposecivism. did i say it right? >> yes. and do i not make it up. >> what is it? >> probably the most pop you for form of interpretation in recent times. consulting the purpose of the statute and deciding the case on the basis of what will further the purpose. textualists consult purpose as well but only the purpose apparent in the very text. i have to gave you an example or you won't understand the difference. let's assume a statute which provides that the winning party in litigation will obtain attorneys fees. the issue is whether that includes the fees paid to expert witnesses which can amount to the thousands of dollars. the purpose of this would be inclined to approach that by saying you know, what is the purpose of this statute. the purpose is to make the plaintiff whole so that the money he receives for winning the case is money he can keep and he doesn't have to spend half of it on expert witnesses. the textualists
FOX
Jul 22, 2012 9:00am EDT
free. support it. >> thanks so much gwen that does it for us this morning stay tuned for fox news sunday join us back here tonight at 6 for latest news and weather >> chri chris wallace. it was the largest mass shooting in u.s. history and there are plenty of unanswered questions. what happened? why did the shooter do it? and is there any way to stop the massacres? we'll get the latest from the crime scene and we'll talk to senator diane feinstein and senator ron johnson. and we'll discuss dangerous times in the middle east with prime minister benjamin netanyahu. >> a campaign calls a brief truce. we'll ask our panel if gun control will become a issue in the election. all right now on "fox news sunday". hello again from fox news in washington . we'll talk with our guests in a moment. but first, here is the latest from aurora, colorado. authorities have cleared the suspect's booby trapped apartment and gathering evidence of 30 explosive devices and a computer hard drive. 12 people are dead, 30 are hospitalized. 24 year old james holmes is in solitary confinement and represented by
FOX News
Jul 2, 2012 4:00am EDT
, but not so much, so much that it is bankrupting us. and he works for the government but you would be surprised how much government you won't miss. he is mitch daniels, indiana governor. >> you won't miss a lot of real estate they own. you won't miss things like vehicles and planes they tend to accumulate. you won't miss the lousy service. we call it the yellow pages tests, it's in there and conceivably government shouldn't be doing itself. if it's in the yellow pages there are more than a competitors offerings it. you say government shouldn't do it. if somebody is doing this all day er day, maybe they are better at it. they have the incentive to get better. >> john: they just want money. they are greedy. you are a public servant. you are doing it for the people. >> i love the sarcasm you put your finger on the real question. >> john: people feel that way. >> yes, there is a certain, another form of greed, it's the human tendency to get ahead and make money and that is power over people. that is the constant danger in government that needs to be guarded against. >> john: you mentio
FOX News
Jul 16, 2012 4:00am EDT
george zimmerman of murder in the second degree. let me introduce our other guests here to help us analyze this and the other cases. there are the chief of the brooklyn da's homicide division the youngest person ever to hold so exalted a position. new york times best selling author and attorney jose bias. in terms of what led to this rays don't you have to divorce the civil rights aspect and profiling aspect? >> that's what they are doing they didn't charge him with a hate crime. when you look at a prosecutor what can we prove? we don't know if george zimmerman is a racist or not. i agree i do think if the color of his skin may have been different the hood de coupled with that may have led to a less aggressive posture. as a prosecutor there isn't evidence of this being racially motivated which is why that wasn't charged. >> that was the atmosphere that polarized this nation. it turned out tens of thousands of dem strierts. we cannot now say okay, okay snack break this is what it was. without remarking this place became for theeder. >> it is part of the social confer significance th
FOX News
Jul 1, 2012 3:00pm PDT
debate. joining us from new york, to discuss the ruling and how the law will be implemented is white house chief of staff, jack lew. welcome back to fox news sunday. >> good to be with you, chris, good morning. >> chris: now that the court has upheld obamacare, does the president feel that the law is safe or does he believe it must clear another hurdle in the november election to take full effect. >> one thing that is great about our system is when the supreme court rules we have a final answer, the law is constitutional. it spans -- we will proceed as we were proceeding to implement the law and, that is what the american people want is for the divisive debate on health care to stop and we already see it was the implementation to date of the health bill there are benefits and people are seeing in their everyday life, when their kids graduate from college and before they get a job they still have health insurance and if people are on medicare and fell into the doughnut hole and have $600 of bills to pay on prescription drugs they are covered and families with children with preex
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